Stefan is a gifted communicator and he deserves a lot of the praise that he gets for his ability to promote stateless ideals. I've never been able to consider myself a "Molyneux disciple" though, and here's why:
"If we set humanity free the world can be beautiful, the world can be a paradise, the world can be utopia!"
Beyond his pathological hatred of religion and hostility towards conventional family units (he used to refer to families as cults), this is where Sefan's vision has always lost me as I fundamentally reject utopia. In fact, I was attracted to liberty-minded thought specifically because I saw the evils produced by the usual array of scientific utopias promoted by statists. I was attracted to an ideology that rejected the perfect society not just as an impossibility, but as an inherently evil concept.
Simply reversing the tables and stating "well, statist utopias are evil but a stateless utopia is utopia!" doesn't sit well with me. Could we have a society infinitely better than the one we have today? Absolutely. Will this be a paradise if we can just 'get it right'? Absolutely not.
Humans are always going to be imperfect. Our technology is always going to be imperfect and our answers are always going to be flawed to some degree. A better society without centralized nation states exists, the socialist/technocratic/Zeitgeist/Molyneux utopia does not.